What we’ve done

Click the show title for photos and more details about each of our productions. This is what we’ve done:
The first London production of
Martha, Josie and the Chinese Elvis by Charlotte Jones
Park Theatre
11 December 2019 – 4 January 2020
‘I loved this …lightning repartee and belly laughs …compassion and wit. The cast don’t put a foot wrong; it’s tight and zippy, gentle and fierce. Brilliant.’ ***** The Spy In The Stalls
Nominated for an Offie for Best Performance Ensemble.
The world premiere of
Sellotape Sisters by Lee Mattinson
The Warren, Brighton
17 – 22 May 2016, as part of Brighton Fringe
and Tristan Bates Theatre, London
15 – 20 August 2016, as part of Camden Fringe
‘…a fabulous piece of theatre… it made us laugh, cry and everything in between…’
**** Views From the Gods
The first London revival of
Shang-a-Lang by Catherine Johnson
King’s Head Theatre, London
22 January – 15 February 2014
‘…coarsely funny …mixes life lessons with verbal zingers. …enjoyably slick, snappy production …conspicuously well cast and played…’
**** The Times
The first ever revival of
A Place at the Table by Simon Block
Tristan Bates Theatre, London
28 February – 17 March 2012
‘…very funny… a worthy success… a welcome revival…’
**** Remote Goat
The Night Before Christmas by Anthony Neilson
Bike Shed Theatre, Exeter
6 – 11 December 2010
and Hen & Chickens Theatre, London
1 – 19 December 2009
‘…funny, earthy and sprinkled with a little dose of magic.’
The Stage
The first London revival of
Here by Michael Frayn
Tristan Bates Theatre, London
4 – 15 March 2008
‘…an elegant and well-thought-out production that really understands and serves the play…’
Michael Frayn
Private Lives by Noël Coward
Canal Café Theatre, London
28 – 31 January 2007